WASHINGTON. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officials released the awaited new rules and regulations for small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). The regulations - called Small Unmanned Aircraft Regulations (Part 107) - will take effect in late August and industry officials say it has the potential to create more than 100,000 new jobs over the next ten years as well as generate more than $82 billion for the U.S. economy.
Designers of weapons systems, infrared technology, high-end radar, and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) systems all know that they need to ensure they've thoroughly checked every box regarding export compliance. But what about cybertechnology? How does the U.S. government manage and enforce export compliance for this area?